Jimmy Eat World and Manchester Orchestra announced their upcoming co-headline The Amplified Echoes Tour, produced by Live Nation. Middle Kids will be joining the tour when it makes its way to San Diego's Gallagher Square at Petco Park on Friday, July 21, 2023.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Thursday, March 16 at Ticketmaster.com
ABOUT JIMMY EAT WORLD:
Jimmy Eat World is celebrating three decades and 10 albums of existence in 2023. The Mesa, AZ, four-piece’s commercial breakthrough came with the release of several singles from their album Bleed American, with “The Middle” hitting No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Airplay chart and peaking at No. 5 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, where it spent 33 weeks total and became RIAA-certified Platinum. Futures, their follow-up to BA, featured “Pain,” which also hit No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Airplay chart. In October 2019, the band released their tenth album, the critically acclaimed Surviving, which became one of three “chapters” of their 2021 globally streamed series Phoenix Sessions that also included Futures (Chapter V) and Clarity (Chapter III), performed in their entirety (available on YouTube here). Recently, they’ve released two independent singles, “Something Loud” and “Place Your Debts,” with the former charting 21 on Billboard’s Alternative Airplay.
ABOUT MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA:
Manchester Orchestra continues to push themselves into fascinating new realms with their latest release The Valley of Vision, a reinvigorating record and awe-inspiring film that immerses the viewer in 180 degrees of 3D virtual reality.
From continuously appearing on Billboard charts and major festival lineups, to earning hundreds of millions of streams and frequently collaborating with visionaries like the Daniels (Everything Everywhere All at Once, Swiss Army Man), Manchester Orchestra have followed up their acclaimed 2021 album The Million Masks of God with six songs rooted in a renewed sense of resilience, rebirth and self-redemption, delivered through a wealth of sounds and textures unlike anything the band has made before.